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M107 artillery cannon Dutch army 'Aida'
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No: 111   Contributor: Rick Verkruissen   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: FMC Corp.   Country: The Netherlands
M107 artillery cannon Dutch army 'Aida'

M107 175mm artillery cannon of the dutch Army
Picture added on 29 May 2009 at 02:15
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I think this is an M110A2 Eight Inch Howitzer.

Added by Mark Holloway on 02 August 2011.
I believe that the M110A2s in Europe had a Rheinmetall gun.Were the US weapons also updated?

Added by Roger Greenaway on 03 August 2011.
I'm not sure who made the guns but the M110A2 was fitted with the Cannon, M201A1. The M110A1 had this gun without the muzzle brake and was designated M201. The M110A2's were built by refitting M107's.

Added by Mark Holloway on 04 August 2011.
this is an m110 not an m107 after ten years of serving on the m107 ive got a good idea about it the m107 never had a muzzle flash

Added by Kevin Bryant Ex 5hvy And 32 Hvy Regt on 24 March 2012.
I was informed that the m107 / 175 was rebarreled to a smaller calibre at the begining of the gulf war due to the fact that there was no 175mm ammo in stock. Gods know what we would of done if the russians had kicked off. stick our fingers up at them

Added by Martyn Jones Ex 5 Hvy on 02 June 2015.
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